The Day Your Doctor Won’t Treat You if You Aren’t the Right Kind of Patient

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Pray so they do not serve alone. Ephesians 6:10-20
The Day Your Doctor Won’t Treat You if You Aren’t the Right Kind of Patient
It’s closer than you might think.
By Robert Spencer

Could the day come when you are denied medical treatment because you’re white, male, or a member of some other group of “oppressors”? Of course it could, and it’s coming sooner than you might think. Even in solidly red Tennessee, where Donald Trump won 60% of the vote in 2020, a new report has revealed what the Tennessee Star on Friday called “the pervasive infiltration of woke diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) ideologies in Tennessee medical school curricula and programs.” Could this have an impact on the quality of your medical treatment? You bet your life — and you may end up having to do so.

The report comes from Do No Harm, an organization that is devoted to protecting “patients, physicians, and healthcare itself from the practice of medicine based on discriminatory, divisive ideologies.” Do No Harm states that “the same radical movement behind ‘Critical Race Theory’ in the classroom and ‘Defund the Police’ is coming after healthcare, but hardly anyone knows it.”

Watch what they write and how they write it in your medical records, too, because it can affect thre care you get or are denied, and other areas of your life. If there's something inaccurate, get it fixed immediately because tings can be taken out of context, twisted, or used by medical boards and various courts to ration or make medical/mental health decisions, influence court decisions, or strip you of various rights. Remember, it's not just docs that write in records, and not just medical personnel that have access for legitimate medical reasons. Not everyone has taken a Hippocratic or similar oath to do no harm, and not everyone has our best interests in mind.

In this era of computerized medical records and flat-out laziness and liability issues, there's a lot of copy-paste in medical records, which means lies and inaccuracies can be repeated many, many times. Be sure to find and get all "mistakes" corrected.